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Press releases

Canon Medical Systems USA, Inc. and Hermes Medical Solutions Sign Sales Agent Agreement Ahead of SNMMI 2024

[Tustin, CA, June 6, 2024]—Canon Medical Systems USA, Inc. and Hermes Medical Solutions have announced a strategic partnership by signing a Sales Agent Agreement just before the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI) 2024 conference. This collaboration marks a significant milestone in advancing precision medicine, particularly in theranostics. It aims to broaden access to innovative solutions and improve clinical outcomes for all patients.

Hermes Medical Solutions and Siemens Healthineers team up to provide Dosimetry Software for Molecular Imaging Radiotherapy & Theranostics

Hermes Medical Solutions (HMS), a leader in molecular imaging software development, and Siemens Healthineers, a global provider of healthcare equipment, solutions, and services, have entered into an agreement to provide Siemens Healthineers customers with access to Hermia dosimetry products. Hermia Organ Dosimetry will be integrated on syngo.via, the Siemens Healthineers’ vendor-neutral imaging software platform for 2D, 3D, and 4D reading and advanced visualization and will be available via the company’s OpenApps Digital Marketplace.

Spectrum Dynamics Medical and Hermes Medical Solutions enter into partnership to offer integrated solution of the Hermia software with the VERITON-CT scanner

Spectrum Dynamics Medical, a leading innovator in digital SPECT imaging systems and Hermes Medical Solutions, a leader in molecular imaging software development are now partnering to offer an integrated vendor-neutral software solution for advanced processing, quantitative analysis and reviewing images from the Spectrum Dynamic's VERITON-CT scanner including access to dosimetry applications for theranostics.

Scientific publications

Bone marrow dosimetry in low volume mHSPC patients receiving Lu-177-PSMA therapy using SPECT/CT

Bone marrow toxicity in advanced prostate cancer patients who receive [Lu-177]Lu-PSMA-617 is a well-known concern. In early stage patients; e.g. low volume metastatic hormone sensitive prostate cancer (mHSPC) patients, prevention of late bone marrow toxicity is even more crucial due to longer life expectancy. To date, bone marrow dosimetry is primarily performed using blood sampling. This method is time consuming and does not account for possible active bone marrow uptake. Therefore other methodologies are investigated. We calculated the bone marrow absorbed dose for [Lu-177]Lu-PSMA-617 in mHSPC patients using SPECT/CT imaging and compared it to the blood sampling method as reference.

Internal dosimetry study of [Rb-82]Cl using a long axial field-of-view PET/CT

Our study suggests that the radiation dose associated with [Rb-82]Cl PET/CT can be assessed by means of dynamic LAFOV PET and that it is lower compared to literature values.

Anatomically guided reconstruction improves lesion quantitation and detectability in bone SPECT/CT

Bone single-photon emission computed tomography (SPECT)/computed tomography (CT) imaging suffers from poor spatial resolution, but the image quality can be improved during SPECT reconstruction by using anatomical information derived from CT imaging.


Theranostics Brochure

Brochure dedicated to the advanced tools for Theranostics and Therapies within the Hermia software.

Hermia product overview

Product overview of Hermia, a state-of-the-art software suite that supports all clinical scenarios in NM/MI on all cameras.

Future Liver Remnant Function

Ensure the best outcome for your patients undergoing major liver resection

White papers

Hermia SPECT Reconstruction

The quality of SPECT imaging is reduced by photon attenuation, resolution loss due to collimator-detector blur, photon scatter, and noise. All these factors limit both the visual quality and quantitative power of SPECT images. Hermia SPECT Reconstruction provides methods to compensate for the effects of the aforementioned four factors by modelling them in iterative reconstruction.

Hermia Advanced Bone SPECT Reconstruction

Our easy-to-use software enables precise determination of reconstruction parameters, and we are proud to be able to offer two Bayesian reconstruction algorithms to optimise your bone SPECT/CT images: AMAP-Smooth and AMAP-RDP.